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1. Is a masonry structure through which water is admitted from distributary into a watercourse.

a. Canal Regulation b. b. Canal Distribution c. c. Canal Outlet d. d. Canal System

2. Is a weir with sufficiently constricted throat to ensure supercritical flow and long enough to ensure that the controlling section remains
within the throat at all discharges up to the maximum.
a. Open flumes b. b. Khanna’s rigid module c. c. Kennedy’s gauge outlet d. d. Non-modular

3. This pipe take water from distributary to a rising spiral pipe which joins the eddy chamber.
a. Open flume outlet b. b. Kennedy’s Gauge outlet c. c. Khanna’s rigid module d. d. Gibb’s Rigid module
4. This system provides maximum flexibility but requires that the farmer is closely aware of crop irrigation requirement depending upon
the needs of their crop.
a. Controlled delivery system b. Free Demand Delivery System c. Continuous delivery system d. Rotation delivery system
5. An agency under the Department of Agriculture that focuses on Irrigation.
a. NIA b. MIA c. IAN d. AIM
6. The following are the impacts of user participation in irrigation except one:
a. increases transparency c. accountability of the government in decision-making
b. establishes a sense of ownership among farmers d. reduces monitoring costs
7. These are reform policies needed for sustainable economic growth.
a. Nationwide & community-centered b. economy-wide & sector-specific c. community-wide & self-centered d. Self-governing &
independent
8. These are the group of farmers in a specific area that are concerned in the general need for sustainability of crop and the proper
utilization of irrigation in farmlands among others.
a. NGO b. Union of workers c. water user associations d. Department of Agriculture
9. It is a pump that forces the water to move by displacement
a. Positive Displacement pumps b. Rotodynamic pumps c. Jet pumps d. Centrifugal
pumps
10. Typically centrifugal type pumps that are installed completely underwater.
a. Jet pumps b. Turbine pumps c. Submersible pumps d. End-Suction Centrifugal pump
11. A pump that boosts the water pressure up to a higher pressure value.
a. Turbine Pumps b. Booster pumps c. Floating pump d. Jet pump
12. It is a hybrid of a centrifugal pump merged with a jet device.
a. Floating pump b. Jet pumps c. Booster pumps d. End-Suction Centrifugal pumps
13. It uses an “impeller” to spin the water rapidly inside a “casing”, “chamber”, or “housing”. This spinning action moves the water through
the pump by means of centrifugal force.
a. Positive Displacement pumps b. Rotodynamic pumps c. Jet pumps d. Centrifugal pumps
14. A primary gate or valve at an aqueduct or other source that can be opened or close to regulate the flow of water entering an irrigation
system.
a. Dam b. Headgate c. Headwall d. Bill Gates
15. A barrier constructed to hold back and raise its level, forming a reservoir used to generate electricity or as a water supply.
a. Dam b. Headgate c. Headwall d. Bill Gates
16. A structure installed at the outlet of a drain or a culvert to serve as a retaining wall to protection against erosion.
a. Dam b. Headgate c. Headwall d. Bill Gates
17. Is a structure used to provide the controlled release of flows from a dam or levee into a downstream area, to ensure that the water does
not overflow and damage or destroy the dam.
a. Flow measurement device b. Spillway c. Dam d. Headgate
18. What type of weir is formed in a smooth, plane, and vertical plate and its edges are bevelled on the downstream side to give minimum
contact with the liquid?
a. Sharp Crested Weir b. Broad Crested Weir c. Flumes d. Long Throated Flumes
19. What type of weir weir has a broad horizontal crest raised sufficiently above the bed so that the cross-sectional area of the approaching
flow is much larger than the cross-sectional area of flow over the top of the weir?
a. Sharp Crested Weir b. Broad Crested Weir c. Long Throated Flumes d. Short Throated Flumes
20. What type of Flumes produces small curvature in the water surface and the flow in the throat is virtually parallel to the invert of the flume?
a. Sharp Crested Weir b. Broad Crested Weir c. Long Throated Flumes d. Short Throated
Flumes
21. What type of flumes has a curvature of the water surface is large and the flow in the throat is not parallel to the invert of the flume? The
principle of operation of these flumes is the same as that of long-throated flumes?
a.Sharp Crested Weir b. Broad Crested Weir c. Short Throated Flumes d. Long Throated
Flume
22. It is a long suspended rod with a bucket at one end and a weight to the other.
a. Water Organ b. Shadoof c. Archimedes Screw d. None of the above

23. It was originally a machine used for irrigation or raising water from a low to high area. It is made of a circular pipe with a rotating helix on
the inside.
a. Shadoof b. Archimedes Screw c. Water Organ d. None of the above
24. It is is an air pump with valves on the bottom, a tank of water in between them and a row of pipes on top.
a. Archimedes Screw b. Shadoof c. Water Organ d. None of the above
25. It is used to pump water from a lower to a higher level from which the water then flows through channels to the fields requiring irrigation
or to raise it to the required pressure head so that it can be sprayed on the fields via piping.
a. Irrigation System b. Irrigation Pump c. Shadoof d. Archimedes Screw
26. A Pumping System Component that is used for controlling flow or pressure in a pumping system.
a. Pumps b. Valves c. Pump Drives d. End-use Equipment
27. A Pumping System Component that is used to contain and carry the fluid from the pump to the point of use.
a. Piping b. Valves c. Pump Drives d. Pump
28. The following are the factors in considering in selecting pump except.
a. Budget b. Soil Type c. Water Quality d. Channels
29. This condition is achieved if the channel parameters such as sides, bed slope, depth etc. are changing according to the flow rate and silt
grade.
a. true regime b. initial regime c. final regime d. semi-final regime
30. Following are the drawbacks of Lacey’s Regime Theory except,
a. The concept of the true regime is only theoretical and cannot be achieves practically
b. The various equations are derived by considering the silt factor of which is not all constant
c. The silt grade and silt charge are not clearly defined
d. Regime theory is applicable to all cases
31. Bed slope of a channel varies and the cross-section or wetter perimeter remains unaffected.
a. True regime b. Initial Regime c. Final regime d. Semi-final regime
32. this method is capable of achieving equitable distribution to a large number of farmers with relatively lesser water supplies.
a. continuous delivery b. free demand system c. Rotation Delivery System d. controlled demand system
33. it ensures constant flow control with real-time response to a real-time demand.
a. WARABANDI b. Free demand system c. Rotation delivery system d. Controlled Demand System.
34. It is the process of removing air from the pump and suction line to permit atmospheric pressure and flooding pressure to cause liquid to
flow into the pump.
a. Priming b. Pumping c. Suction Lift d. Irrigating
35. Which is NOT a cause of irrigation pump problems?
a. Lack of supply water b. Lack of adequate power c. Pump Sounds Like It Has Rocks in it. d. Poor system design
36. All are the signs that your need to repair your irrigation pump, EXCEPT one.
a. Irrigation Pump Won’t Turn On b. There’s No Water c. Irrigation System Isn’t Working Like It Used to d. Dirty water
37. This conditions can also cause motor failures due to excessive heat produced in the motor.
a. Priming b. Lack of adequate power c. Lack of supply water d. Poor system design
38. things to consider in irrigation structure except:
a. fish passage b. spill way c. period of diversion d. channel stability and capacity consideration
39. This consider the fish passage through irrigation system.
a. Fish passage b. Headwater c. Period of diversion d. Channel stability and capacity consideration
40. Considering the season for the use of irrigation structure.
a. fish passage b. Spillway c. period of diversion d. channel stability and capacity consideration

41. Ensure that the vertical and lateral channel stability is adequate. Permanent in-stream structures should not restrict channel capacity when
not diverting water.
a. Fish passage b. Spill way c. Period of diversion d. channel stability and capacity consideration
42. _________ it is caused by poor drainage and high evaporation rates which concentrate salts on irrigated land.
a. Salinity b. salinization c. salinized d. salinities
43. _________ It occurs when excessive water is used in systems with finite natural drainage capacities.
a. Soil erosion b. Water pollution c. Salinization d. Water logging
44. __________ it can be a slow process that cause a serious loss of topsoil, soil compaction, low organic matter, loss of soil structure, poor internal
drainage.
a. Soil erosion b. Water pollution c. Salinization d. Water logging
45. __________ a clear legal framework to regulate groundwater abstraction to prevent over pumping of the aquifers?
a. Legitimacy b. Accountability c. Rule of law d. Competence
46. __________ the professional staff prepare accurate budgets and effectively deliver services such as timely maintenance?
a. Legitimacy b. Accountability c. Rule of law d. Competence
47. __________ Are there performance criteria with audit arrangements to ensure that officials adhere to the rules?
a. Legitimacy b. Accountability c. Rule of law d. Competence
48. __________ is the other term for system.
a. Rule of law b. Accountability c. Regime d. Competence
49. It is unconsolidated soil and made up of silt, clay, larger particles of sand and gravel.
a. Alluvial b. Aeolian c. Marine d. Saturated soil
50. Following are the characteristic of true regime except;
a. Canal discharge should be constant.
b. Silt grade should be constant
c. The channel should flow through incoherent alluvium soil
d. Bed slope of a channel varies